The Boiler House has been rediscovered. It is now a rediscovery centre, in the heart of Ballymun on the northside of Dublin.
General election candidate Peter Casey says he will represent Donegal if elected to the 33rd Dáil.
Green Party European elections star Saoirse McHugh has warned that both she and the ‘Green wave’ could “leave” the party if leaders join a coalition with Fine Gael or Fianna Fáil after the next general election.
Political parties agree that, for the first time in years, the local elections this week really are about local issues, on everything from housing to the environment to policing to dog-fouling.
Labour’s olive branch offer of support for like-minded opposition parties has been snubbed by the Social Democrats and Greens — despite an appeal to maximise “progressive” voices in the Dáil.
Tánaiste Joan Burton has described no campaign posters in the marriage equality referendum as “sad and demeaning” as Labour launched its yes campaign.
An early flurry of electoral successes in Dublin prompted talk of green shoots for the Green Party but the countrywide count cautioned that careful cultivation would be required.
The newly elected TD for Dublin West has claimed her victory in the by-election, combined with a strong showing by left-wing candidates in the European and local elections, will cause damage to the Government.
By Sean McCarthaigh
Sinn Féin has emerged as the surprise poll-topper in the Dublin West bye-election with its candidate Paul Donnelly edging out the pre-election favourite, Socialist Party councillor Ruth Coppinger after the first count result.
In search of a constituency to explain the myriad of issues currently affecting political parties? Then look no further than Dublin West’s by-election.
THE Green Party celebrated its 30th anniversary yesterday with leader Eamon Ryan unveiling a new front bench and a return to politics of former parliamentary party members.
LABOUR’S resounding presidential win was crowned by winning a Dáil seat in Dublin West which saw candidate Patrick Nulty break a near 30-year trend of government parties failing to win by-elections.
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Senator Deirdre de Burca was today officially named as the Green Party candidate for the European elections in Dublin next year.
TDs were treated to free cups of coffee and tea outside the Dáil today as part of a campaign to turn Ireland into a ‘Fairtrade Nation’.
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